(PRWEB) December 29, 2004
Long time stock market participant and author, Brad Koteshwar, says in his new book that when a company becomes a household name its stock has already made the big move. "The Perfect Stock" is a newly released book about the stock market and its workings and written in plain language without any jargon. Its author explains how Wall Street works for the insiders and the outsiders. Using Taser International as an example, the author shows that by the time a stock becomes well-known to the general public, the best and the fastest part of its price move is over.
With the book now consistently receiving good feedback by the major online book retailers like Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Books-a-million, etc., Brad Koteshwar says that most books on the subject of investing are dull and boring. He uses a unique angle and using fictional characters he weaves a novel-like book about the stock market. In the process of entertaining the reader, the lessons of the stock market are not lost even to a novice's eyes.
Now that Taser has become well-known, Brad Koteshwar contends that a move such as its fast run between April 2003 and April 2004, where Taser's stock moved 7000%, is long gone. Such moves are no longer in Taser's future, according to Brad Koteshwar.
The author writes an online investment and stock market column on http://www.breakout123.com. His book is now available through Amazon.com, BarnesandNoble.com, Target.com, BooksaMillion.com and other online bookstores. Excerpts of the first three chapters are available at http://www.ThePerfectStock.Net.
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